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♪ >> harris: this is a fox report. breaking news. deadly assault on camp leather neck in afghanistan. home base to most marine operations in that war. military officials telling fox news this is a major hit. the nation says good by to our ambassador and three other americans murdered at a u.s. embassy today we bring home four americans who gave their lives for our country and our values. >> we will bring to justice those who took them from us.
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>> from all that i have heard, the murderous attacks in libya that resulted in the death of four americans were not accidental. >> it was a terrorist attack organized and carried out by terrorists. >> did somebody get advanced warning of this attack? >> we were not aware of any actionable intelligence. >> that report is false. >> i'm not ready to it diet our intelligence community until we get more facts. >> harris: tonight, developments in the investigation. plus, gunfire in flames as protests erupt in countries around the world. and u.s. embassies are targeted. now, the efforts to protect americans and calm the chaos. >> harris: we begin with breaking news of a deadly assault on the united states' marines main base in southern afghanistan. i'm harris faulkner in tonight for shepard smith. the military saying at least two marines are dead and
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others are hurt. it happened at the camp south afghanistan shared base with british forces. we are hearing afghan militants fired mortars and fired with rocket propelled grenades and guns. reportedly made it inside the base perimeter and caused major damage to buildings and aircraft hanger and several jets. this attack coming as we monitor protests in locations from north africa throughout the middle east and asia. rioters have said they are angry over an anti-islam video that went viral on the internet. but we know intel officials say militants may be using that video as an excuse to cause this unrest as cover to launch attacks on americans. and officials in afghanistan say they don't know yet the trigger for today's attacks on camp leather neck. jennifer griffin with the news live at this hour from the pentagon. let's begin with the breaking news on our base in afghanistan. >> well, harris, two u.s.
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marines are dead and several service members wounded after that attack on camp leather neck, also known as next to camp bastion. this is a major u.s. and british base in afghanistan. multistaged attack. mortars and grenades were launched. it combined indirect fire with small arms and a.k. 47 gunfire. this is unusual but it is not clear whether the afghan attackers, whether this was related to the anti-islamic youtube video which has set off protests around the middle east. harris? >> harris: well, it has been such a dangerous week for americans in that region. one of the responses that we saw, jennifer, is our marines moving in to protect american interest. >> well, now we know that the pentagon has authorized a third quick response team. it's a fast platoon of marines, about 50 marines are moving into sudan now.
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this is the third unit in as many days to be deployed to our embassies. one went to libya to the capital tripoli to secure the u.s. embassy there. one was then sent to yemen, and now we understand that a fast team of marines, about 50 in a platoon are being sent to sedan to try to quell things there. two u.s. navy warships are off the coast of libya. they are armed with tomahawks, the u.s. is flying intelligence surveillance flights drones over eastern libya over benghazi in particular as they begin the hunt for those who killed the u.s. ambassador and three others. the ben georgia's airport was closed -- benghazi airport was closed. >> harris: our coverage of breaking news story will continue. we have a reporter on the ground inside afghanistan gathering new information on the base attack. we will have a live report
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coming up a little bit later in the newscast. now to our other big story. the four americans killed in this week's attack on the u.s. cons -- con salute in libya are home. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> harris: the four caskets arriving at joint base andrews outside washington. the victims' families were there but asked us not to show their faces on camera. president obama and secretary of state hillary clinton paid tribute to the four men as patriots, heros who gave their lives for their nation. ambassador chris stevens, air force veteran sean smith and
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two former navy seals, glen daugherty and tyrone woods. >> greater love hath no man than this that a man lay down his life for his friends. their sacrifice will never be forgotten. we will bring to justice those who took them from us. >> there will be more difficult days ahead. but it is important that we don't lose sight of the fundamental fact that america must keep leading the world. we owe it to those four men to continue the long, hard work of diplomacy. >> harris: the white house says president obama has ordered a review of security at all u.s. embassies and diplomatic facilities around the world. wendell goler live at the white house now. the president and secretary clinton also sending a message to muslim leaders today. >> harris, the message is that it's the host's nation
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responsibility to protect diplomatic missions. president obama personally called leaders of egypt, yemen. called out egypt's leader for objecting to this anti-islam video that triggered the protest instead of apologizing for the violence. secretary clinton said the loss of the four americans in libya was also a loss for the arab spring. >> the people of egypt, libya, yemen and to your knowledge did -- -- tunisia, did note thea dictator for a tyranny of a mob. reasonable people and responsible leaders in these countries need to do everything they can to restore security and hold accountable those behind these violent acts. >> the president says the u.s. won't stop helping arab countries' democratic transitions. some analysts are predicting where the transition is
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violent like in syria, the prospect of u.s. voflt is less likely than four days ago. hairs harris- >> harris: wendell, we have learned that the white house asked youtube to review that video. >> that's not the same that the clip be banned as it has been in libya and egypt. though officials here privately hope that youtube does decide that the clip violates a policy against hate speech and is taken down globally. press secretary jay carney says one of the messages that the u.s. is trying to get to the arab street is that the u.s. government had nothing to do with this film. >> it can be difficult to it understand in some countries why the united states can't simply eliminate this kind of expression. but as you know it is in the absolute core of our being as americans that we that we allow freedom of expression. >> carney says that's not an
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apology for the film or america's commitment to free speech, harris. >> harris: wendell goler, thank you very much. the more we learn about the assault on the consulate, the more it becomes clear this was not likely the action of an unruly mob. hours ago lawmakers briefed on intelligence said they suspect this was a coordinated assault with heavily armed and well-trained gunmen. one designed with the goal of murder. >> they were a well-planned and professional terrorist act against the u.s. consulate in benghazi. >> it was a group of either al qaeda or radical islamists who about 15 of them, armed with rp gs other lethal weapons. it was an act of terror it wasn't a mob getting out of control. >> harris: you can see the damage the attackers did inside the consulate. look at this.
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meanwhile, the white house says a report indicated officials were aware of credible threats against the american mission is flat out untrue. >> i have seen that report and the story is absolutely wrong. we were not aware of any actionable intelligence indicating that an attack on the u.s. mission in benghazi was planned or eminent. >> and the focus now tracking down the people who did this and bringing them to justice. catherine herridge with the news now in washington. lawmakers are asking why this consulate did not have more security. >> harris, late today the chair and ranking members of the senate homeland security committee joe lieberman and susan collins sent this letter to the state department asking for an investigation into the consulate security given the heightened threat environment in benghazi last three months june 6th. improvised device was thrown at the consulate perimeter. mid june the alabama's
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motorcade struck by rpg and to your to your tunisian consulate. it was in the cross hairs. >> this was a place targeted months before with an ied. clearly a target that they wanted to hit and they wanted to cause casualties. i find it a little, you know, the glaring question of a 9/11 date just too many coincidences here. >> tonight, fox asked whether the four recent attacks in benghazi before the ambassador's murder were brief to the president as part of the president's daily brief also known as dpb. there was no immediate response from the director of national intelligence, the nation's top intelligence official nor the spokesman for the national security council, harris. >> harris: as the investigation into what happens continues, we do know that the libyans have made some arrests. >> fox news confirming four suspects have been arrested but a senior congressional source briefed on the investigation tells fox the
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u.s. officials do not have good visibility on who they are or the evidence that backs up these arrests. fox news has also told that forensic also be annualized at the consulate in benghazi to determine the type of weapons used in the attack. the oranges in the weapons and specifically whether american made weapons or other munitions supplied to libyan take down muammar qaddafi were involved. investigators are also focusing on a window between the first and second wave of attacks it could be as long as two hours. during the window attackers were able to breach the consulate. once inside quickly regroup identifying the safe house. fox is told the safe house is not close, as much as a mile from the main consulate building. this, again, raises questions about insider help in the attack, harris. >> harris: wow, that's a huge window they had to move through. very frightening. catherine herridge, thank you very much. mobs attacking american interests quickly spreading tonight. as we watch the rivals rise in
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>> harris: an it at this american protests over a viral video which many say is insulting to their religion has spread to 40 countries. the violence not as bad as initially feared. rioters rallied outside a number of u.s. embassies and consulates. we have been showing you that on fox all day. the most violent appears to have been in sudanese capital where several people died. several rioters briefly managed to get inside the u.s. and german embassy compounds until the police used tear gas and batons to disperse a number in thousands. we have learned vice president biden called the sudanese vice president to express his concern for the security at the embassy and as we have reported, a marine team is now on its way there in tripoli,
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lebanon, a crowd of rioters destroyed a kfc and hard de's restaurant and then set the place on fire. it happened just as the pope was arriving in lebanon for a three-day visit. of course, the protests began in cairo on tuesday. when crowds scaled a walls of you arest embassy and tore up the compounds, learn flag there "the fox report's" correspondent jonathan hunt life with more on this. jonathan, played a crucial rule in -- role in all of this. began earlier this week but it is interesting to note that he the corrodes today, -- crowds today take a live look. while smaller than they were earlier this week. kept away from the u.s. embassy by egyptian security services, all of this coming after president morsi as wendell goler said spoke to president obama on the phone and then the egyptian president went on national television to appeal for calm.
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listen talking of what happened some days ago offending our prawft mohammed. people reject and people all over the world and europe and the united states refuse this kind of violence. >> of course, president obama repeated earlier today that leaders of all of these countries in which these protests are taking place have an obligation to help protect u.s. embassies and u.s. personnel, harris. >> harris: we have seen these protests pop up all over the region now. >> from north africa to the middle east and-to-central and southeast asia. some of the worse violence we saw today it was actually in tunisia which is often referred to as the birthplace of the arab spring. many violent incidents there. tunisia police were key in beating back those protesters. a similar situation in yemen. we saw a lot of violence there
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yesterday and again today. but again yemenese security forces at the forefront turning the protesters back. now, it's all -- we're also hearing from the state department tonight, harris, that all embassy staff in all of these locations are accounted for. it's also worth noting that while the number of locations has actually multiplied, the number of protesters has been much smaller. and nobody will say this outloud. but there is a quiet hope among officials that maybe the worst has passed at least in terms it of these street protests, harris. >> harris: you gave us another ray of good news there all u.s. personnel accounted for. jonathan hunt, thank you very much. another big story we are working on tonight. court in wisconsin threw out a law that left governor scott walker fighting for his job. reaction from the governor next. there is word a deal is close in the chicago's teacher strike. the outcome could have ripple effects nationwide. that's ahead as the fox reports tonight.
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>> harris: a judge has struck down the controversial wisconsin law that stripped collective bargaining rights from most public workers in the state. republic governor scott walker, who championed the law blasting the judge's decision. while unions declared victory today and in the judge's ruling, the judge said the laws violate both the state and u.s. constitution and is therefore null and void it is unclear if that law will be immediately suspended. you will recall last year the law sparked a firestorm of opposition, huge protests at the state capital and in cities across the country. it also led to it a recall eltion. governor walker won the first governor in u.s. history to survive a recall. today he released a statement saying quote, sadly a liberal activist judge in deign county wants to go backward and take
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away the law-making responsibilities of the legislature and the governor. we are confident that the state will ultimately prevalt in the appeals process, end quote. well, chicago's teachers strike could be nearing an end. sending hundreds of thousands of students back to class as soon as monday the president of the chicago school board saying the city and school board have agreed on framework for an agreement that could end the strike this weekend. the teachers union set to vote on that on sunday. as the school board president put it, quote: the heavy lifting is over. the walk-out which began on monday has brought our nation's third largest school district to a halt and it's the third strike we have seen all year. the largest from any industry we should say. steve brown is live for us in chicago. steve, what's in it deal? >> well, that's the thing. although there are been leaks or disclosures about different stages of the bargaining sessions all week long, after the deal was done and the framework was done, the specifics started dropping off
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the table. apparently a great deal of progress was made and a couple of back-to-back bargaining sessions. >> we vote for things on the table over the last few days to help each other get to the point where we believe we actually are going to get there so that monday morning our kids will be in school. >> and the mayor, who has been vilified by the unions mayor rahm emanuel put out a statement late this afternoon saying the deal was honest and principled compromise. that's all we have seen. harris? >> harris: wonder if that compromise includes what the teachers union was demanding. >> they were looking for reconfigured evaluation process how the teachers are evaluated and keep their jobs. 30% of that evaluation has to be standardized student testing. the school district was looking for more. the teachers were looking for less than what the school district wants and the union wanted a lot less. >> i was in a lot of meetings
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in the paranegotiations that happened earlier this year. so where we were in it actually started and where we are now is really two different evaluation plans. >> the vote sunday would end the strike but the teachers as a block would have to vote and approve the contract. harris? >> harris: steve brown with the latest on this. thank you very much. returning now to fox top story, the deadly attack on a u.s. marine base in afghanistan. we'll get a live update from do you kabul. police say these explosive vests were a part of the another terror plot. the target date may have been september 11th. also, the battle over foreign policy now being played out on the campaign trail. we'll take a look at what both sides are saying. you are watching the most powerful name in news. fox news channel. [ engine revving ] ♪ [ male announcer ] every car we build must make adrenaline pump and pulses quicken.
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>> harris: wildfire alert now and los angeles fire department is fighting a fast-moving wildfire inside the city limits. we're told the fire has burned a number of acres along the east side of the 405 freeway. you know what? it's the start of rush hour out there. it's got to be backed up like a parking lot center in the hills looking over downtown. that museum is closed as a precaution. updates as we get them. i'm harris faulkner in for shepard smith tonight deadly assault on the main u.s. marine base in southern afghanistan.
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defense officials telling us heavily armed militants attacked two connected bases camp leather neck and the british camp bastion. these are file pictures of that base to give you idea. insurgents somehow breached the base perimeter shooting ak 47's. officials say at least two u.s. marines are dead. several more hurt. reports of major damage to buildings and aircraft. this of course coming after the deadly attack in libya. as anti-american protests are spreading across parts of the middle east. but it is too soon to be know if there is actually any connection to the ambush in afghanistan. conor powell with the latest inside the base of afghanistan. >> leatherneck is the largest u.s. and naval base in province. it holds 10,000 marines and
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british soldiers including britain's prince harry who arrived a few weeks ago to start a four month deployment there. because of its size and location it regularly takes indirect fire. that's a type of one or two rockets that land in place like camp leatherneck or even bag gram air field which destroyed general dempsy's plane a few weeks ago. indirect fire a couple of rockets took his plane out. that happens fairly arrestingly at these places. however, according to forces intense attack that some of the firefighters got inside the perimeter, firing off a barrage of rockets, mortars small arms. very brazen attack considering that the taliban don't have night vision capabilities and this attack was launched at 10:00 at night. they got into that area, caused a lot of damage, two u.s. marines were killed in this attack. several others were injured as you said. but the military is not saying that this has anything to do with the larger unrest in the middle east. frankly, according to the
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military commanders here in afghanistan. the taliban don't need a reason to attack u.s. and coalition troops, harris. >> harris: that would be for sure. you mentioned that britain's prince harry is based at camp bastion, and confirmation he was on base at the time of this attack. >> that's right. he was on base. according to international spokesman here he was fine. he was not anywhere near where the attack was happening, harris. >> harris: conor powell, thank you very much. update from inside afghanistan tonight. now let's go to the east african nation of kenya where police say they broke up a major terror plot that may have been timed to go off this week possibly on september 11th. we're told it happened in the capital city nairobi. they arrested two people and recovered four suicide vests, grenades, weapons and ammunition. police are said to be still searching for eight other suspects including the
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mastermind and several would-be bombers. now to the battle over foreign policy being played out on the campaign trail. one of governor romney's top advisors is calling the president's handling of the violence in the middle east amateur hour. richard williamson telling the "the washington post," quote: for the first time since jimmy carter we have had an american ambassador assassin nated. the obama campaign responding it is: >> harris: carl cameron is streaming live from the romney campaign in cleveland. carl? >> hi, harris. something of a broadcast first to be on an airplane live. governor romney got on the plane a short while ago. he will be on the plane soon. he had to delay his rally in ohio today in order to avoid overlapping the arrival of those murdered overseas and all the violence in libya. in so doing today, he steered clear of a lot of the partisan criticism that he has had on the president's foreign
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policy. back in washington before the event here in ohio, paul ryan, the republic running mate was particularly tough on the president's foreign policy and promised that the romney-ryan administration would be vastly different which prompted a certain amount of response from the white house which you will see in a moment. mr. romney used the event more to remember those who sacrificed their lives for the american cause overseas. watch. >> i would ask that you might each place your hand over your heart in recognition of the blood shed for freedom and if we will take a moment of silence together. >> only by the confident exercise of american influence are evil and violence overcome. that is how we keep problems abroad from becoming crises. that is what keeps the peace. and that is what we will will have in a romney-ryan administration. >> we are happy to debate and there is ample and appropriate times to debate foreign policy
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approaches this president's record on foreign policy and contrast it to other approaches and other records. >> senior romney political aides says he is not backing down or toning down the president's foreign policy they make a point that he will be speaking to the clinton global initiative and talking about foreign policy there. discussions underway for major foreign policy speech that would take place for before or around next month's four debates. >> harris: carl cameron, good to see you. four schools took action today after receiving threats and one incident at the university of texas, austin. authorities said a man claiming to be with al qaeda claiming he had put bombs all over the campus. when this was breaking we learned the school ordered thousands of students to evacuate after the caller warned the bombs would explode in 90 minutes. that deadline passed without any trouble thankfully. the school later reopened.
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some 50,000 studentsen rolled there. a similar situation at north dakota state university in fargo. that school clearing the campus after somebody called in a bomb threat. don't know much about that one. they weren't as specific. everything back up and running now. and value pa valparaiso university in indiana. the fbi searched the campus and found no problems then just within the past few hours. bomb threat at high ram people ohio. 30 miles southeast of cleveland. no word of police finding anything suspicious. unclear if any of these threats are connected. the prime minister of israel now implying if push comes to shove with iran this country may have to get physical without help from american military muscle. his comments just ahead. and a volcano erupts. people have to run for their lives to get. more on the video when we come
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>> harris: egyptian leader morsi called for attacks to the protect embassies, consulates and diplomatic missions inside their country but we're still seeing intense clashes on the streets of cairo. protesters hurling rocks and chunks of concrete outside the embassy there rioters unleashes -- tear gas. leland vittert streaming live from cairo. klee land? -- leland? >> right now, harris, a little past 1:00 in the morning, the bang of tear gas, grenades, shots rubber bullets. protesters still in the street. dug in around the u.s. embassy. today, thousands of people after friday prayers were carrying around 3 to 4-foot posters of usama bin laden.
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throwing rocks and monthly molotov cocktails all over this city. entrances of embassy street. walled off with large concrete barricades. as of now the u.s. ambassador according to local news reports is still in the country despite the fact that many of these protest ares are demanding that she leave. right now the pro-terses screaming with our soul, our blood we defend you, the profitt, -- prophet. >> leland vittert thank you very much. while that plays out in israel. benjamin netanyahu hinting his country macon front iran alone. he may not be -- the white house and israeli government have been over at odds over what to do with iran's
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suspected nuclear program. earlier this week the administration rejected the president's request for a meeting with president obama. the white house denies that report. at the same time prime minister netanyahu denies criticism that he is trying to pressure president obama to act on iran just weeks ahead the november election. rick leventhal live in jerusalem with more on this. rick, it seems like the situation is becoming more tense. yeah, pounding the drums. longer interview for this sunday. the prime minister apparently asked the president to set a threshold for iranian nuclear material or a deadline the president didn't do that the u.s. won't act against iran israel will. says it has nothing to do with trying to get mitt romney elected next president of the united states. i'm guided not by the elections in the u.s. but bison tri fugitives in iran. if they were to stop seize enriching uranium preparing a bomb in the elections of the
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united states then i could wait. it certainly sounds like is he threatening to strike iran between now and november 6th, harris. >> harris: what is iran's response tonight. >> well, iran denies building nukes and calls israel's threats foolish. hezbollah will defend iran easily attack by israel. ready to hit back. aid to iran's supreme leader ayatollah says have put israeli sentences one step away from the cemetery. iran warns u.s. targets would be hit even if the u.s. has nothing to do with these attacks. worth noting some israeli officials are distancing themselves from the prime minister and including his top aides including the president shimon perez. harris? >> harris: thank you very much as we continue to watch the middle east in parts there. thousands of people forced to leave their homes as a volume cape know employees. it's our top story as we go around the world in 80 "around 0
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seconds." guatemala, officials say fuego erupted without a warning. two clouds into the sky. people ordered to leave their homes as rivers of lava flowed from the volcano. red cross setting up shelters and delivering supplies for displaced families. china. crews using explosives. debris landslide blocked a main road from a southwestern province. some of the rocks weighing some 60 tons. the effort enough to open up a single lane for traffic. earthquakes last week caused a landslide. more than 80 people died injuring hundreds in the quake. ecuador, forest fires destroying thousands of acres of farmland and putting provinces on alert in and around the capital. military helicopters dumping waters on the flames which officials say could spread due to high winds and dry
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conditions. they say arsonists may be to blame. argentina. a dog refusing to leave its owner's side even after his death. german shepherd has kept watch as this man's grave for the past six years. his widow said she took the pup to the cemetery in 2006 and the dog has refused to leave ever since. that's a fox trip around the world in 80 "around the world in 80 seconds." the stock market on this friday ending the week on a problem note, but it's not all good news for your bottom line. because gas prices are definitely up. plus, automatic government spending cuts are set to take place in january. now, the white house has a warning about what those cuts could mean for the military and national security. so let's talk about coverage. based on this chart,
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>> harris: the white house says automatic spending cuts set to take effect in january would be deeply destructive to the u.s. government and our national security. bush tax cuts also set to expire at the end of the year. the combination has us on the brink of a fiscal cliff that could cause another recession. and lawmakers are running out of time to cut a deal to keep us from going over that cliff. jim angle live in washington now. jim? >> hello, harris. the white house explained how it would implement $1.2 trillion in cuts over 10 years today starting with 110 billion next year alone. half from defense. defense spending would be cut by 9.4%. nondefense spending by 8.2%. some still think a deal may be possible before the new year. but military contractors can't wait because they have to give
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notice for layoffs. >> there is a requirement that employers give an advance notice it would come ironically just a couple days before the election. so that could complicate things greatly for the white house. >> especially in a key electoral state such as virginia, home to many defense contractors. in a conference call today, administration officials went to some lengths to blame republicans for the sequester even though the white house first suggested it now they say the white house stands ready to search for alternatives though they emphasize it would have to be balance dollars, meaning tax increases. >> to stop it you have to take steps to reduce the deficit. you have to raise taxes and cut spending. that's what has to happen. >> now house republicans passed alternative cuts but without tax increases senate democrats refuse to take it up. republicans noted today that while the sequester would cut defense spending over a
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decade. nondefense spending would actually go up 35%. looks like there is several more rounds to this debate, harris. >> that's why they call it washington. good to see you, jim. >> fed's new stimulus plan fueling a second straight day of gains on wreevment the dow up 54 closing at four year high. now just 4% away from all-time high above 14,000. something we haven't seen before the economy tanked in 2007. the rally coming after yesterday's announcement that it plans to buy up $40 billion in mortgage debt every month until the economy shows substantial improvement. but another big report today finding people are putting more of their money in their gas tanks and spending less of it on other things. and that could put a damper on the economic recovery, according to the report from the labor department today triple a reporting the average $3.87. that's up a nickel for last week. presale for apple's new
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iphone 5 sold out after a matter of hours the tech giant began taking orders for the iphone at midnight pacific time promising delivery by next friday but less than four hours later the expected delivery time had jumped to two weeks. airport scanners are supposed to catch suspicious items inside luggage. well, wait until you meet the little stow away that slipped through security and got a wild ride at disney world. it's ahead. at usaa, we believe honor is not
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>> harris: the british royals filing lawsuit against a british magazine after snapped topless photos of wife kate. the pictures appeared on n. popular british magazine not available in u.s. stands. took the photos earlier this month showing kate in just bikini bottoms relaxing in a private vacation spot. reporting live officials have stressed she and prince should not be photographed when they are not in public. and they are comparing the
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intrusion to the paparazzi's pursuit of princess diana leading up to the paris car crash that killed her in 1997 a miami police officer now out of a job for driving too fast in patrol car. internal affairs investigators state trooper pulling him over for going 120 miles per hour. you are over 120 miles per hour. whoa, back up. reveal the officer had a pattern of reckless speeding and internal police review confirmed that the police officer has 15 days to appeal his dismissal. and a cat survived 10 hours trapped inside a suitcase after going undetected through airport security. the kitten.
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>> bob: jumped into the owner's luggage. she left ohio in the early morning and didn't open up that bag until later that afternoon and when she got there,. >> my daughter said my face just -- she knew something was wrong because i thought we had a dead cat in the suitcase. >> oh, but. no the tiny stow away is just a little wit shaken up but otherwise doing just fine. cutie. updating some of our top stories tonight. officials say two u.s. marines are dead after an assault on u.s. and british bastes in southern afghanistan. several troops also reported hurt in that strike. and the remains of four americans killed in this week's attack on the u.s. consulate in libya are home. president obama and secretary of state hillary clinton paying tribute to the four men at fort andrew base today. the presidential campaign continuing. president obama attending a fundraiser tonight with tickets going up to $40,000 apiece. the republic presidential nominee mitt romney also attending two fund raisers today.
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and on this day in 1965, little richard walked into a new orleans studio and recorded the rock and roll classic tooty fruity. in the early 50s little richard hit the recording studio. got off to a slow start because his record company couldn't decide how to market him. so they set him up with studio musicians in the big ease i can't understand poured on the boogie woogie. with 15 minutes left in his session. little richard recorded tooty fruity which he came up during his lunch break. the song was a hit and little richard went on to secure his place as a rock and roll pioneer a girl named daze almost drove him crazy 57 years ago today. there he is and that's how fox reports on this friday september 14th, 2012. i'm harris faulkner in tonight for shepard smith. shep will be back on monday. i will be back same time tomorrow night with fox report weekend. hope to see you then. the factor is

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